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“Prisoner Transporter”

published 20/04/2015

Advantagesfun, good value, well made, realistic,

Disadvantagesnone for us

...My son has really developed an interest in the various sets from the Lego City range lately and will add to his growing collection as and when he can. One set that he recently bought was this Police Prisoner Transporter, which was reduced to £13.99 in Smyths Toy Store. It currently costs £16.09 on Amazon (April 2015). The set is recommended for children aged 5-12 years. THE SET...

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AdvantagesThey are my favourites

DisadvantagesWhat do you want?

...Some of you whom have read some of my reviews will have noted of late that I have been reviewing British Movies rather badly. No I don't have a hatred of British movies I just feel that over the last 20 years there has been an awful lot of tripe produced from this country. With that in mind I decided to write a list of 10 movies which were made by British filmmakers, in Britain and with British...

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AdvantagesRare oportunity to get beautifully transfered version of Pickford's film

Disadvantagesif you don't like old, black and white and silent film, step away from the boxset

...her feisty refusal-to-be-beaten-self full reign and so it?s a joy. That being said? Sparrows is the jewel of the collection. It?s the diamond sat atop a perch of other lesser gems. (Even if not my favourite Pickford film, that must go to M?liss or The Heart of the Hills, or maybe Stella Maris.) Sparrows, narratively, is a straightforward film and does nothing obviously clever. I say obviously...

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